2021 HEART WALK CANCELLED
Due to the poor weather conditions expected for this Saturday, Feb. 20, we are cancelling the 2021 Heart Walk.
Thank you to our supporters and those that were planning to participate! We will not reschedule the Heart Walk for this year. Please stay tuned to our social media for heart healthy tips and updates!
Cuero, Texas: Join the Cuero Health, CISD and Cuero Mayor Sara Post Meyer as they promote heart health awareness on Saturday, February 20, 2021! Cuero Regional Hospital’s Heart Walk 2021 will be held once again at the Gobbler Stadium, 920 E. Broadway St., Cuero on Saturday, February 20 with registration/waiver signing at 8:30 a.m. and the walk starting at 9 a.m.
This event includes heart health information booths with free health screenings, door prizes and more. Mayor Sara Post Meyer will start the activities with a prayer and there will be a speaker on the importance of early screening and prevention.
Texas A&M AgriLife as well as other vendors and sponsors will be on site. Activities and morning of registration will begin at 8:30am with the Heart Walk following at 9:00am – 10:30 am. Community members wishing to walk are encouraged to do so and there is no registration fee. Walk is family friendly; walk or jog the three miles at the Gobbler Stadium track for heart awareness. Registration for Heart Calcification Screenings from Cuero Regional Hospital will also take place at this event.
As in years past, the heart walk will be included with It’s Time Texas community challenge which encourages citizens to exercise better, eat better, and live better. The ITT challenge is sponsored by HEB and runs thru early March. Community members register online and then document what each does to meet those goals. This is a partnership with the Cuero Regional Hospital, CISD, and city and county governments. To register for It’s Time Texas Community Challenge presented by H-E-B, visit: https://ittcommunitychallenge.com.
There will be no pre-registration this year as the walk is free for the family to enjoy! Participants will need to sign a waiver the morning of the walk or, you can sign the waiver in advance:
Attendees are encouraged to wear red to the event. The event will follow the best safety practices as advised by the CDC, which means attendees will need to wear masks, demonstrate social distancing and hand sanitizer will be available to all attendees. Also, the event will not include an inflatable obstacle course this year in accordance with those guidelines.
For more information, call Bfit Cuero Wellness Center at 361-275-9355.